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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Banquet Room
Breakfast Available
Meeting rooms
Paid Internet
Paid Wifi
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Room features
Air conditioning
Refrigerator in room
Family Rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Popular mentions
My friend and I stayed 2 nights at this onsen hotel during our recent trip to the Tohoku region. We are glad to make the right decision to stay 2 nights instead of 1 night as we truly enjoy the relaxing stay in between our trips to the city areas in the Tohoku region. 1. Warn
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Response from Kaisenkaku, フロント オフィス マネージャー at Kaisenkaku
Responded Mar 14, 2019
Thank you for staying at our hotel the other day. We are very impressed by your comments. Although many of our staff are not good at foreign languages, we pay our utmost attention to serve customers coming from afar. We are very happy that you have a good rating. I'm looking forward to seeing you again!
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We stayed this ryokan with a one year old and we had a great time! It's located a minute from the Asamushi-onsen station (you can see the ryokan from the train when approaching the station). Before checking in we stopped by the front desk and asked if we could leave our
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I visited Kaisenkaku ryokan while visiting my family who lives in Aomori city, Aomori Prefecture. They have a huge hot springs bathtub at the top of their building. Dinner was great, too. Not like other ordinary-styled Japanese ryokan, they don’t serve dinner and breakfast in
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This is a good place to stay 30 minuets by train from Aomori city ( but train are only every hour at 450yen each way). The western room was fine, but speaking Japanese will help your stay. If you want dinner you must pay in advance. There is nowhere else around worth eating at.
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Kaisenkaku is a solid mid-range onsen hotel. It's big, it's got all the amenities you'd expect from a hotel like this, and it's very clean. It's probably the best that can be expected in a minor hot springs resort that is otherwise dying. Four of us (including two gaijin) came
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Hi, may we know does all the rooms, i.e. twin-sharing and japanese style rooms have private bathrooms?
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Hi, do you have coin laundry in the hotel?
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Is the Onsen a group male and female Onsen? Or separated by gender?
Onsen are separated by men and women.
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JR東京駅から、東北新幹線で新青森駅まで約3時間 新青森駅からJR線で青森駅まで5分、 青森駅から青い森鉄道線で浅虫温泉駅まで20分、 浅虫温泉駅から歩いて2分です
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"Japanese rooms (sleep on the floor) have a view of the ocean"
"Bay-facing room (which they all may be, anyway) on a high floor."
$111 - $440 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanTohokuAomori PrefectureAomoriAsamushi Onsen
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